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Continuing our discussion on the types of assets, today we discuss Intangible Personal Property

Intangible Personal Property

Intangible assets lack physicality and can be harder to evaluate. Some common examples can include legal agreements, income, royalty deals, accounts receivable, and patents.

When you are attempting to collect a debt, and believe that the debtor is hiding assets, it is clearly time to involve a debt collection attorney.   Taroff & Taitz LLP are creditors’ rights serving Long Island NY,  as well as the entire state of NY.


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